Spoiled-rotten airhead Dutch socialites Kitty, Estelle and Nicolette hire criminal Cliff to eliminate their husbands, businessmen which they suspect of adultery. Cliff's uncharacteristic clumsiness in staging accidents and pure chance cause ample complications.Written by
Was originally meant to be called "De Botox Methode" ("The Botox Method"), but the American pharmaceutics company Allergan objected to the usage of the word "Botox" in the title. Dick Maas said his lawyer told him the matter could have been fought out in court, but decided not too because he didn't have the money for it. See more »
Sometimes I wonder if we shouldn't do something.
All the misery in the world.
Last month we had that charity dinner for Darfur, didn't we? The tickets were more then 600 euro.
But that is so... uninvolved. I bet those people don't have a clue we eat for them.
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First, it takes about an hour to even start with the storyline. You could easily skip 1 hour and not miss a thing.
Secondly, the acting is terrible! Are these experienced actors? They sound like students in a high school play.
Thirdly, the dialogs are inane. There are plenty of kids' movies with wittier dialog.
Lastly, the humor is bad as well. There are two kinds of jokes in this movie: slapstick (when getting out of a car, the door hits a guy and he falls in a canal) and misinterpretation (somebody asks a question, but it is answered in a different context).
Bad, bad, bad. Not all Dutch movies are this bad, believe me!
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